Saturday 28th May 2022 10am-3pm at Bridge Cottage, High Street, Uckfield, TN22 1AZ. An exhibition celebrating 70 years of service. Including photos and documents relating to HM Queen Elizabeth II’s visits to Uckfield as well as a display showing the changes in fashion during her reign.
A new information board was unveiled on Tuesday, outside Bridge Cottage. It has photos and information of the old three arched bridge, built in 1617, that carried the road (now the High Street) over the River Uck. This bridge was demolished in 1859 and the top of the sandstone wall
Bridge Cottage Heritage Centre, in the heart of Uckfield, are offering our main hall, free of charge, on Saturday mornings to local charities to advertise, sell or fundraise for their organisation. For further information, or to check availability, please call 01825 760734 or email email@example.com
New Book Uckfield – Framfield Road & Newtown areas £12.99 Available from Uckfield & District Preservation Society Charity Shop, Post Office Court, High Street, Uckfield. Contains 240 images, most of which have not been published before!
Weddings at Bridge Cottage 💐 Our beautifully restored medieval Wealden hall house is fully licensed for civil ceremonies! An intimate and relaxed atmosphere for friends and family to share the precious moments of your special day. If you would like a wedding brochure please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01825 760734
Saturday 17th July 10am to 2pm Saturday 31st July 10am to 2pm Return to the historic atmosphere of Bridge Cottage for our “Open for History” days. Explore the building with a varied and changing mixture of displays, artefacts and activities from local history to life in Bridge Cottage through the